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Meet Nonye Soludo, the next First Lady of Anambra

Nonye Soludo
Meet Nonye Soludo, the next First Lady of Anambra

Touchaheart Nigeria reports that Anambra State is currently beaming magnificent beams of light and pleasure, living up to its namesake (Light of the Nation).

The election of a new governor has a way of motivating people to reach new heights of happiness.

However, there is more this time because the victor of the recently ended gubernatorial elections, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, is clearly the people’s favorite.

The widespread joy that greeted the news of Soludo’s triumph can be explained via a variety of perspectives.

Soludo is the second governor of a Nigerian state to hold the position of Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria.

Surprisingly, some individuals are significantly more interested in the incoming First Lady’s profile than in the specifics and progression of Soludo’s career.

For begin, Soludo’s wife’s name is Nonye. She is 51 years old and a native of Anambra’s Aguata LGA.

She has above-average academic credentials, with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and a Master’s degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Westminster in London.

 

Nonye Soludo is far from being a home wife, despite the fact that she is not as entrepreneurial as her husband. She is said to be the CEO of Healthy Living Foods Ltd, the company that is responsible for the well-known Royal Foods.

Nonye is also rumored to have a vested interest in the real estate market. She is the CEO of Charles Frances Properties, a privately held company. Nonye is still alive and well after bearing six children for Soludo.

Dragons marry dragons, and tigers marry tigers, is all that can be said. Nonye and Soludo are clearly a match made in heaven.

They’ve gone from being the Central Bank family to being Anambra’s most powerful family.

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